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    Short Sword Attributed to Samuel Addison White, Captain in the Republic of Texas Army, Circa 1832-1840. 21 ½-inch blade; 26-inches overall. Brass guard with a horn handle. Outer knuckle bow shallowly engraved "Samuel A. White". The consignor attributes this sword to Samuel Addison White, a captain in the Texas army, who fought in the Battle of Valasco and Plum Creek. Addison also served as the mayor of Victoria, Texas during the Civil War.

    Condition: Good to very good. Surface rust on the blade; cutting edge with irregular sharpening.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2017
    10th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 12
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